Annice is right. I have met some of her San Diego club members. Great bunch.
If only more local and national clubs were like it we all would have more fun in
Mike MacLean-60 Sprite
> In a message dated 2/2/02 1:31:37 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> << with all this in mind i have given the local healey club a chance and have
> paid my dues. i'm a person with an open mind. what will transpire?
> i'm uncertain. >>
> A lot of people say there is a division between big and little, concours and
> modified. I haven't seen it in either the local club or in AHCA. I've never
> owned big Healeys, couldn't drive them if I had them, but wouldn't mind my
> husband having a 100-4 if he were so inclined. That said my car is heavily
> modified, so I don't fall into the concours group. I worked closely with one
> member to get his Concours sprite ready for judging--A lot of odd stuff on
> mine is original--like buckles and straps. We seem to get along as a group
> just fine. I don't feel that having only the Sprite causes me to get less
> respect from anyone. If it does, there are three others to take his place.
> We have big Healeys with gold plated carb linkages, a couple of concours
> cars both big and little, and a few nasty-boys with really ridiculous
> engines--we love em all. Matter of fact I enjoy going out for cruise nights
> when I can and looking at all the great "yankee craft" that has survived the
> crushers. It's a great hobby, we don't need to be snobs about it. Hope your
> experience this time is positive.
> Annice & Bob
> 1960 Bugeye (Mk. IV in disguise)
> 1966 Sprite Mk. III (Still in Boxes)
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